Hey hey Bronxers!
Listen … umm, if you just happen to run across, you know, a venomous Egyptian cobra or anything, the fine folks over at the Bronx Zoo would like a moment of your time.
I mean, like, you know, don’t worry or anything.
I’m sure it’s no big deal.
Probably happens all the time, right?
But, just in case you want to call America’s Most Wanted or plaster your neighborhood with ‘Missing’ posters or anything, it might be just the slightest bit useful to mention that Egyptian cobras aren’t even the teensiest bit afraid of us human types, can swim, and – as an added bonus — are often found in people’s homes!
But hey, don’t worry or anything.
Their venom is primarily neurotoxic, so if you do surprise the cuddly cobra hiding in your downstairs closet and it happens to attack you or anything, the worst that could possibly happen would be, you know, like, a total work stoppage by the old heart and lungs, resulting in, you know, like death and stuff.
But no biggie!
Zoo officials say they’re WAY confident Ol’ Coby’s 20 kinds of contained in a nonpublic, isolated area of the building.
Unless he’s, like, you know, not ‘n stuff.
Enjoy your day!